The 36-year-old Costa Rican international goalkeeper is on loan for the end of the season at Nottingham Forest.
That’s it, it’s over… After three and a half years in Paris and 108 matches played, Keylor Navas left the capital club for a loan to Nottingham Forest. A heartbreak for many Parisian supporters as the Costa Rican doorman made everyone agree upon his arrival, after several years of vagueness in this strategic position. It was with him that PSG played in the Champions League final in 2020 and reached the semis the following year. The C1, he knows well, he who won it three times with Real Madrid, who had recruited him after his title of best goalkeeper of the 2014 World Cup. Navas, 36, had to deal with competition of Gigio Donnarumma last season, Mauricio Pochettino having opted for the alternation. Christophe Galtier relegated him to number 2.
Winner of the Champions League in 1979 and 1980, Nottingham Forest occupies 13th place in the Premier League. Last summer, Navas was very close to joining Napoli. In recent weeks, we talked about it at Al-Nassr, the Saudi club of Cristiano Ronaldo.